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entrepreneur

noun administrator, baron, business leader, businessman, businessperson, businesswoman, employer, enterpriser, exec, executive, financier, magnate, man of commerce, owner, producer, top executive, tycoon
Associated concepts: entrepreneur law, free trade
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2014 saw a step change in our expediential growth as RBS agreed an exciting partnership to take the best practice from Scotland to the rest of the UK, and these Scotland numbers show the sheer potential that Entrepreneurial Spark has to engage, excite and, most importantly, accelerate budding entrepreneurs across the country.
Similarly, the United Federation of Teachers, the union representing New York City teachers, took the unusually entrepreneurial step in 2005 of applying for and opening its own experimental charter school in an impoverished neighborhood in Brooklyn.
Entrepreneurial organizations also provide career opportunities for people interested in education who don't want to work within a district or state systems.
Wills, however, does not probe further into the social and cultural costs and benefits of these institutions and their impact on entrepreneurial culture.
IMI) is financial independence for girls, there's plenty of good stuff for entrepreneurial guys, too.
This happens only in economies with large, dominant entrepreneurial classes, not in oligarchic economies like Ptolemaic Alexandria (or continental Europe today).
We are excited about bringing this unique and very high quality data from Entrepreneurial Edge to small businesses using the Internet," said Jeffrey Magill, Telebase's vice president of marketing and sales.
According to the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity, the only annual study to measure business startup activity for the entire United States adult population at the individual owner level, 495,000 new businesses per month were started in 2007 with 0.
For children to see the benefit of that world view, however, parents must be willing to work with their youngsters, providing both exposure to and encouragement of entrepreneurial endeavors.
The CED Web site is a first-stop for talent - whether local or national - with the passion to work for entrepreneurial companies.
This generation has seen how little corporate America has offered their parents," explains Sawyer, who heads the school's Entrepreneurial Studies Department.
The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) is accepting nominations for its annual Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards.

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